The one with Denzel, remember?
Cate Blanchett is still attached as the wicked stepmother.
Which he is also directing.
With an aging franchise and Chris Pine coming off This Means War, the studio is thrilled to get someone with a recent hit to his name.
Plus: The wind stopped for Kenneth Branagh when he learned of his Oscar nominations, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Your move, George Clooney.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is based on a novel.
Plus: Charlize Theron discovered the trick to acting drunk, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"It's been a year of utterly replenishing my appetite for the work and my enjoyment of it."
But Kenneth Branagh won't be back.
Plus, Will Ferrell makes one of the greatest late-night entrances we've seen in 2011.
It's like the most stoned dinner-theater production of 'The Ring of the Nibelungs' you’ll ever be lucky enough to ogle.
"I didn't envy Chris Hemsworth as I saw the 75th chicken forced down his throat."
He should look like "Thor the God and not Thor the bodybuilder."
With his George VI in 'The King’s Speech,' Colin Firth joins the venerable house of British Movie Monarchs — here's their full family tree.
Will audiences tire of caped high-flyers?
Plus: Laura Linney! Pablo Escobar! Humans!
Plus: Chuck Lorre! Rene Russo! The mob!
Yes, says German actor in German GQ.
She's been cast as the love interest in 'Thor.'
Our apologies to the families of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, we're sure they're very proud of you.
Call us crazy, but we think Oscar doesn't have much to fear.
Plus: Marvel extends its deal with Paramount and Kirsten Dunst confirms she's in for 'Spiderman 4.'
Plus: Van Wilder meets Wolverine!